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  1. Hi all, @cteno4/Jeff has very kindly informed me that I am allowed to post a thread about my Youtube channel - "SuperAzusa". The Japanese railways bug bit me hard on my last trip to Japan. I arrived at Narita airport in 2019 with nothing, but left with a KATO E259, N700a, and, of course, an E351 Super Azusa. Since then I have wished to have a creative outlet relating to this new fascination that we all share. (I also wished to put to use the white gloves I purchased when leaving the Railway Museum in Omiya to good use. "Pointing and calling" at traffic light
  2. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBAINwAGzZRUX6EH_n1hvqg Fukuoka City Subway own youtube channel. Includes behind-the-scenes videos: 1980s documentaires about the Hakozaki and the Kuko Line construction: Operation and Train start-ups: How about a PV on the Nakanuma Line? And much more!
  3. This is probably basic advice to long-standing members, but fellow newbs may be interested to know that I found a galaxy of content on Youtube when I pasted the Japanese transliteration of terms such as b-train shorty ( B-トレインショーティー ) and Plarail ( プラレール ) into the Youtube search field. All in Japanese of course, but still fun to watch with informative demonstrations.
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